UNITED NATIONS, May 25 ( – Reuters reported last week that “The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) urged Pakistan to prepare for a future with an aging population – a future with more older people needing care and fewer younger people contributing to economic growth.” American Life League president Judie Brown questioned: “Why would it be surprising that the very countries, like Pakistan, that have been the target of UNFPA’s consistent demand for fewer children now be the very ones facing projections of an aging population?”

Brown called for a review of the philosophy of the population control groups and for the abolition of UNFPA’s failing population programs. “The poor need our help to provide the tools necessary to improve family life, not destroy it by chemical and surgical abortion, nor by rampant sterilization,” said Brown.